Wisconsin tribe to eliminate new Class III games (June 7, 2004)

The Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin is getting rid of Class III games that had been authorized by a tribal-state compact. A provision authorizing new games, including craps, roulette and poker, was struck down by the state Supreme Court last month....

North Dakota tribe considers off reservation casino (June 7, 2004)

The Turtle Mountain Ojibwe Tribe of North Dakota is in the planning stages of an off-reservation casino in Grand Forks. The idea has been in the works for several years but moved forward about a year ago when tribal leaders...

NIGC orders shutdown of Coyote Valley casino (June 7, 2004)

The National Indian Gaming Commission on Friday issued a Notice of Violation to the Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians, ordering the California tribe to shut down its casino by noon today. The tribe is operating Class III games without...

Exclusivity a focus in gaming compact negotiations (June 7, 2004)

California tribes negotiating for new gaming compacts say the exclusive right to operate slot machines is a crucial point in discussions. Currently, tribes with compacts signed in 1999 can operate up to 2,000 machines. The group of tribes now talking...

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